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31 Jul 2006 -

Hull North MP Diana Johnson today expressed concern about the 'temporary closure' of two local Post Office branches in her constituency.

The branches in Bransholme North and Stoneferry have been closed since 30 May and 3 July respectively due to management difficulties.

19 Jul 2006 -

Hull North MP Diana Johnson has welcomed Hull City Council's backing today of a Labour motion reaffirming support for the authority's pioneering universal free healthy primary school meals policy.

19 Jul 2006 -

Diana Johnson MP is backing this year's Summer Reading Challenge, aimed at encouraging children to practice their reading over the school Summer Holidays, in a visit to North Hull's Greenwood Library tomorrow (Friday 21 July).

18 Jul 2006 -

With Liberal Democrat controlled Hull City Council meeting on Thursday (20 July) to discuss its policy of reintroducing primary school meal charges, 70 MPs have so far backed a Commons motion urging Hull councillors to think again.

11 Jul 2006 -

Hull North MP Diana Johnson today backed shopworkers in giving a red card to verbal abuse after a new survey found that 95% of retail staff have been verbally abused.

08 Jun 2006 -

Hull North MP Diana Johnson is to launch the latest extension to the Hull Carers' Centre Oasis service.

06 Jun 2006 -

Hull North MP Diana Johnson today challenged Hull City Council's Cabinet to seek endorsement at a full Council meeting for their "confused, inconsistent and wasteful" policy of reintroducing primary school meal charges.

24 May 2006 -

In a speech to the House of Commons today (Thursday 25 May), Hull North MP Diana Johnson slammed Liberal Democrat-controlled Hull City Council for reintroducing charges for primary school meals.

19 May 2006 -

Hull North MP Diana Johnson today joined Home Office Minister Liam Byrne to endorse a renewed drive to tackle knife crime and violence.

15 May 2006 -

Hull North MP Diana Johnson has welcomed the Government's creation of a single NHS Primary Care Trust (PCT) for Hull.

The changes, announced today (Tuesday 16 May) in the House of Commons, will take effect from October 2006 and aim to: